Their song "The Movement" can be heard in the film "Dot the I" starring Gael Garcia Bernal. Some years later she returned to Denver and immediately formed band Tarantella with John Rumley (Slim Cessna's Auto Club and Hush) where they also shared a meaningful co-writing situation. Since 2000, Kal has recorded with Lilium, and has appeared doing back-up vocals for locals Munly and Roger Green. Kal has been onstage to play keyboards for Woven Hand and has appeared with The Denver Gentlemen. Cahoone’s music is airy and ghostlike. In composition her songs are unpretentious but always in possession of some frightening complication that bubbles just beneath the surface.
You can feel this complication. Nearly see it. In content, Cahoone seems almost obsessed with the ultimate human emotions and virtues – obsessed because she is uncomfortably learned in their power and charm; and deceit. To understand how everything around love and lost and pain has corners it; and how they are all blindingly sharp going down – one doesn’t need much more than to listen to her songs.
Lyrically, most of her cathedral work is conversational and so bleeding honest and universal that one can’t help from cringing in understanding while listening. kalcahoone.helmetroom. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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